The Æsir (this word has no relationship to the word 'Asia' Æsir is simply the nom. plural 'Áss' a 'deity' of the Norse form of the Proto-Germanic *Ansuz and plural *Ansiwiz, in Old-English (which has similarly lost the 'n', it was Ós-Ése, but German and Gothic kept the original 'n', MiddleöHigh German Ans-Ense and Gothis Ans-Anseis completely disproving the idiotic theory that these gods were from Asia. And the word 'Odin' is a much later Norse pronunciation of 'Woden' who was not from Turkey or amywhere in Asia, but was a real man, a warrior from the Danish Island of Fyn, c. 100 AD. He was a glorious, heroic leader and he became deified. He was a latecomer to the Germanic Pantheon and his cult never really caught on in Gmc tribes, like the Goths, Vandals, Lombards who left the Germanic Urheimat before Woden was born. Woden really has no counterpart in other IE peoples since he was such a latecomer. There´s a modern Danish city, Odense on Fyn, commemorating his birthplace, it was called in Old-Norse and modern Icelandic Óðinsvé and in his time, he would have spoken Proto-Germanic, *Wóðenswáih meaning 'Woden´s Hallowed Place'
A second clan of gods, the Vanir, is also mentioned in the Norse mythos. The god Njord and his children, Freyr and Freyja, are the most prominent Vanir gods who join the Aesir as hostages after a war between Aesir and Vanir. The Vanir appear to have mainly been connected with cultivation and fertility, the Aesir with power and war in the duality of mythology.
Mythology follows the patterns of birth, death, and rebirth in the alchemy of time and consciousness created by the patterns of Sacred Geometry - the Golden Ratio. The formula, which creates the lessons are about duality, with the godd and goddess pantheons, as well as the human DNA experience.